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Jr. 1 st Grade Teacher McLaughlin School District Mrs. Heinen
Classroom Rules No pushing, shoving or fighting. Do your own work. Respect others personal property and space. Candy and gum are not allowed.
Playground Rules No throwing of rocks Monkey Bars are off limits Stay inside the fence Have fun
Lunchroom Rules Eat quietly Stay seated—no running around NO throwing or sharing of food Be polite—pass food when asked
Field Trips This year we would like to go to the Dakota Zoo in Bismarck, ND.
Videos Videos can be earned by: displaying good behavior finishing a reading series for special holidays or celebrations
Specials Swimming P.E. Computers Library Music
Special Units of Study DinosaursInsectsSeasons Fire safetyColorsFarm
Let’s Have Fun! Becky.Heinen@k12.sd.us
Click to go home!
Welcome to your Library
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1. Listening & Raising Hand -When teacher is talking, we listen!! -When another student is talking with permission, we listen!! -We listen with our voices.
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